, especially Nika and Christina,” Kalani said.
Senior Kerianne Mokuau had the highest finish for any Molokai shooter on Saturday ending up in sixth place. She shot a 90 in her first round from the prone position and ended up with 463 total points. She finished only 13 points away from the top five and 15 points shy of a trip to the state tournament.
Rabino was the next best wahine Farmer with a 409 overall, good enough for 13th in the conference. She was followed by Chelsea Simon (392), Mendija (392) and Kealoha Will (348).
Their combined scores were enough to hold off St. Anthony’s and secure the bronze medal. Maui High finished in second place and Baldwin High won both the girls and boys divisions with scores of 1,826 and 1,868.